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German
30 June 1975 (45)

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6 (3.3%)
27 (15%)
6 (3.3%)
0 (0%)
1st
11
180
180
329 (1.8 points per race avg)
9166
401 (4.4%)
1 (0.6%)
58 (32.2%)
1997 Australian Grand Prix
2007 Brazilian Grand Prix

about Ralf Schumacher

Ralf Schumacher (born 30 June 1975) is a German former racing driver. He is the younger brother of seven-time Formula One World Champion Michael Schumacher and the pair are the only siblings to win Formula One races.

Schumacher began karting at the age of three and achieved early success before making the transition to automobile racing in the German Formula Three Championship and the Formula Nippon series. He first drove in Formula One with Jordan Grand Prix for the 1997 season. Schumacher moved to the Williams F1 team in 1999, finishing 6th in the Drivers' Championship that year. He won his first Grand Prix in 2001, en route to 4th place in the Drivers' Championship, and subsequently won five more races over the course of two years.

Schumacher left Williams at the end of 2004 and joined Toyota Racing in 2005. However, his performance throughout 2006 and 2007 resulted in Schumacher leaving Formula One, as a result of internal pressure. After leaving Formula One, Schumacher joined the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters in 2008, achieving minor success, and retired from motorsport at the end of 2012 to enter a managerial role within DTM, mentoring young drivers.


source: Wikipedia

seasons

1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007,

finishing positions

grid positions

teams & teammates

season teammate
1997 Giancarlo Fisichella
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1998 Damon Hill
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1999 Alessandro Zanardi
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2000 Jenson Button
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2001 Juan Pablo Montoya
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2002 Juan Pablo Montoya
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2003 Juan Pablo Montoya
Marc Gené
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2004 Juan Pablo Montoya
Marc Gené
Antônio Pizzonia
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2005 Jarno Trulli
Ricardo Zonta
Toyota compare 2005
2006 Jarno Trulli
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2007 Jarno Trulli
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Schumacher will step up to F1 this year after winning last year’s F2 title, joining the Haas team alongside fellow rookie Nikita Mazepin.<br>Schumacher is the son of seven-time F1 world champion Michael Schumacher, and moves into the series nine years after his father’s retirement from motorsport.<br>Haas F1 chief Steiner said that while it was an honour for the team to play a role in ...

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Todt was Ferrari's team boss when Michael Schumacher took five of his seven world titles with the team between 2000 and 2004 and the Scuderia took six consecutive constructors' championships from 1999 to 2004.<br>Schumacher and Ferrari were the dominant force for the majority of those seasons and established the most dominant reign by a manufacturer until the hybrid era.<br>In 2020, Mercedes broke ...

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Vettel forged a strong friendship with his idol Michael Schumacher during his rise through the sport and has also become close to Michael's 21-year-old son Mick, who will make his Formula 1 debut in 2021 with Ferrari-affiliated Haas as a member of the Ferrari Academy.<br>In addition to being friends off the track, Vettel and Schumacher junior partnered for Team Germany at the 2019 Race of ...

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The young German, who is part of Ferrari’s young driver academy, is making his debut for the Haas team in 2021 on the back of winning the F2 championship this year.<br>With Schumacher having shown in junior categories that he hits peak form in his second season, winning both F3 and F2 titles in his sophomore campaigns, Ferrari thinks that it could be the same story in F1.<br>Asked what his ...

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Schumacher finally got to do his maiden F1 free practice outing at the season finale in Abu Dhabi, having had a first attempt to do one with Alfa Romeo called off because of rain at the Eifel Grand Prix.<br>Steiner, who has signed Schumacher for 2021, says that judging the German's speed in free practice was pretty pointless – but he said he saw enough in the garage to be convinced about how ...

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Michael Schumacher, who suffered a head injury in a skiing accident in December 2013, won all seven of his world championship titles while working with then technical director Brawn at Benetton and Ferrari.<br>Brawn has kept a close eye on Mick's development over the years, and is delighted to see the 21-year-old graduate to Haas in 2021 after winning both the European F3 and F2 ...

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Leclerc joined Ferrari for the 2019 season after an impressive rookie season with Sauber, having been part of the Italian marque’s junior programme since 2016.<br>The Monegasque driver won two races in his first season with Ferrari, prompting the team to sign him to a long-term contract running until 2024.<br>Team principal Binotto said there were comparisons that could be drawn between the ...

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Schumacher was announced as a future driver for the team earlier today, and he has already been confirmed for a Friday FP1 session in Abu Dhabi, where he will be free of any F2 commitments.<br>Reserve drive Pietro Fittipaldi is replacing Grosjean for this weekend’s Sakhir GP, and at the moment the plan is for Frenchman to return for the Abu Dhabi finale.<br>Grosjean was discharged from hospital ...

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The Swiss-born German will thus reach the top level of the sport 30 years after his father, who made his debut with Jordan at the 1991 Belgian GP.<br>The 21-year-old will partner fellow F2 graduate Nikita Mazepin, who was announced on Tuesday.<br>Schumacher is scheduled to have his first taste of the current Haas car when he takes part in FP1 in Abu Dhabi next week, before participating in the ...

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Hamilton has just matched Schumacher’s tally of seven world titles, and now also holds the records for the most victories and the most pole positions in F1 history.<br>But while his latest triumph has still not silenced those who suggest he only wins because he has the best car, Hamilton says that even he did not fully comprehend just how big a role drivers must play in car development before he ...

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Hamilton clinched his seventh title with a superb drive in the Turkish GP that saw him charge up the order to take victory after a difficult first stint in the wet conditions.<br>Brawn oversaw all of Schumacher's title campaigns as technical director of Benetton and Ferrari, and he was also instrumental in attracting Hamilton to Mercedes, before working with him in his first season at the team in ...

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At last Sunday's Portuguese Grand Prix Hamilton's victory saw him become the standalone record holder in terms of most grand prix wins, with the six-time F1 world champion banking his 92nd career victory at Portimao.<br>He's also closing in on equalling Schumacher's record of seven titles, further fuelling comparisons between the two superstars.<br>Massa, an 11-time grand prix winner, has seen ...

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Hamilton's triumph in the Eifel Grand Prix last weekend meant he matched Schumacher's record 91 wins in F1.<br>Immediately after the race, and on live television, Schumacher's son Mick presented Hamilton with a helmet that the seven-time world champion had used in his final season in 2012.<br>Ricciardo, who finished on the podium at the Nurburgring, was full of praise for what Hamilton achieved ...

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Schumacher was supposed to drive in Eifel Grand Prix free practice for Alfa Romeo last weekend, with Ilott in at Haas. However, poor weather conditions meant the opening day of action was called off so the pair did not get to do any laps.<br>With a run of new venues coming up in F1, plus the F2 season finale taking place in Bahrain, Ferrari sees no chance to get them out again soon. Instead, it ...

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Hamilton is also set to match Schumacher’s total of seven world championships this year. However, it’s not just about analysing the statistics – what about their personalities and the way they went about winning?<br>The men who perhaps have the best appreciation of how they stack up are the guys who worked closely with both drivers.<br>As technical director, Ross Brawn was one of ...

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Hamilton's triumph at the Eifel Grand Prix matched Schumacher's tally of 91 victories, and the Briton looks set to break the record in the remaining races of the 2020 season.<br>But while Vettel says he has nothing but admiration for what Hamilton's has achieved in his career, he believes Schumacher remains a step above anyone else he has ever seen competing.<br>"I think I can't respect his ...

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Hamilton scored the 91st victory of his F1 career in Sunday’s Eifel Grand Prix, drawing level with Schumacher’s win tally.<br>It marked the first time since Belgium 2001 that Schumacher had not stood alone at the top of the win charts, with his final victory coming at the 2006 Chinese Grand Prix.<br>Hamilton received one of Schumacher’s race-worn helmets from his final F1 season to mark his ...

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Hamilton scored the 91st win of his F1 career at the Nurburgring to move level with Schumacher’s victory tally, ending the German’s spell as the sole record holder that dated back to the 2001 Belgian Grand Prix.<br>To mark the achievement, Hamilton was presented with one of Schumacher’s helmets from his final season in F1 at Mercedes by the seven-time world champion’s son, Mick. Hamilton ...

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Hamilton recovered from qualifying second and trailing Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas to win the Eifel Grand Prix after taking the lead shortly before the first round of pitstops.<br>A late safety car gave Red Bull's Max Verstappen a chance to try and catch Hamilton, but the Mercedes driver never looked at risk of losing the race, going on to record his seventh win of the season.<br>The result ...

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Daniel Ricciardo completed the podium for Renault ahead of Racing Point's Sergio Perez after a late safety car spoiled what looked like being a close run battle between the pair over the final laps.<br>At the start, Hamilton made the better getaway and pulled alongside his teammate approaching the first corner.<br>The two Black Arrows both went deep into the right-hander, going wide into the ...

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Schumacher had been due to take part in opening practice for the Eifel Grand Prix at the Nurburgring with Alfa Romeo, continuing his development ahead of a possible F1 graduation in 2021.<br>But the son of seven-time F1 world champion Michael Schumacher was forced to wait for his grand prix weekend debut as rain and fog prevented any running in FP1.<br>"Obviously it's been a shame not to get out," ...

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F2 championship leader Schumacher will drive the Alfa Romeo of fellow Ferrari Driver Academy member Antonio Giovinazzi in the Friday morning session, in what are expected to be tricky cold and wet conditions.<br>Schumacher is following in the footsteps of FDA graduate Charles Leclerc, who gained FP1 experience with Sauber in 2017 before landing a race seat with the Swiss team in 2018.<br>Given the ...

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Ferrari organised tests in the 2018 Ferrari SF71H at its dedicated test track near the factory for the three leading members of its driver academy, all of whom will feature in F1 practice sessions before the end of the year.<br>Schumacher, Ilott and Shwartzman each completed their assigned programmes at Fiorano, and were quick to adjust to the car, according to Ferrari Driver Academy technical ...

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With Ferrari pondering the next steps for its F2 race winners, Schumacher will join Ilott in getting some running in first free practice at the Nurburgring.<br>Schumacher will drive for Alfa Romeo, taking Antonio Giovinazzi's cockpit while Ilott will take part in the practice session for Haas, replacing Romain Grosjean.<br>Robert Shwartzman will get a first free practice run in the F1 season ...

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Hamilton has enjoyed incredible success since his move to Mercedes in 2013 prior to the advent of the hybrid era the following year, winning 69 races to add to his 21 triumphs with McLaren.<br>Should Hamilton win this weekend's Russian Grand Prix at Sochi, he will match Michael Schumacher's tally of 91 victories - a long-standing record once considered unbeatable by many in F1.<br>Hamilton is ...

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